He will then fly to Geneva to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
During President Joe Biden's first overseas tour as commander in chief, he sent a clear message Wednesday that US service members and their families are key to strengthening relationships at home and abroad. We don't want it to be adversarial and always heightened, she said.
Biden went on to warn Russian Federation to not engage in "harmful activities" while stating the country may face "robust and meaningful consequences".
He arrived at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk on Wednesday evening, ahead of the G7 Summit which starts on Friday at Carbis Bay, Cornwall. During meetings and conversations with world leaders, President Biden will stress the importance of working with allies to confront challenges presented by Russian Federation and China. Biden is embarking on the first overseas trip of his term, and is eager to reassert the United States on the world stage, steadying European allies deeply shaken by his predecessor and pushing democracy as the only bulwark to the rising forces of authoritarianism.
"We are not seeking conflict with Russian Federation; we want a stable, predictable relationship", stated the Democrat.
As he left for Europe, Biden told reporters he planned on announcing a vaccine plan for the world.
12 countries registered big increases in USA favorability since Biden replaced Trump.
'More than half in most of the publics surveyed say the US does not take their interests into account when it is making foreign policy decisions, although fewer feel this way in Japan, Greece and Germany'.
He'll meet with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday, aimed at highlighting the "special relationship" between the USA and the United Kingdom.
While in the Belgian capital, Biden will hold separate talks with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally who has angered Washington by his go-it-alone stance in buying a Russian-made air defense system that is incompatible with NATO's.
On Tuesday, Biden meets with Belgian King Philippe and Prime Minister Alexander De Croo, as well as attending a U.S.
Biden is expected to meet with other world leaders at the G7 summit as well.
And upon his arrival in the United Kingdom, the American president, also a former Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman, set another expectation for his Putin meeting: to bring about a more predictable relationship between the nuclear-armed countries. And what might this trip reveal about Biden's foreign policy doctrine and what we can expect of USA global standing in the years to come?
For weeks, the White House has painted the meeting as a chance for Biden to issue stern warnings to Putin on a number of matters.
Security officers stand outside the Villa La Grange, ahead of the June 16 summit between U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, in Geneva, Switzerland, June 4, 2021.
In contrast, Biden, in early phone conversations with Putin, has bluntly told the Russian leader the US holds the Kremlin responsible for election interference, a massive cyberattack on USA government agencies and the poisoning of Putin opponent Alexey Navalny. Each country has expelled some of the other's diplomats from Moscow and Washington.